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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

Ootton 8t oenta. The (ounty Commissioners' ofiloe wau orowded again last meotiug. Mr. 8. J. Johnson has the contract for reoovering the Masonio Temple. Alter ono week's visit in Pickens, Miss S. E. Lowi has returned to Seneca. Mr. J. 0. Griffin still xpecls that his acre of cotton will produce 3,000 pounds in the seed. if the Cou"'y owee you any thing, do not forgot to fik youv claim before the 1st of November. Dr. John Bramlett, of Greenville, was on a visit to his brother, )r. V. J. Bramlett, last week. A pretty girl cook throw a pan cake at Mrs. Cleveland as the proces 1on was passing through the streets in St. Louis. Mr. Richard Byars, who sells such nice beef, has our thanks for a nice bas ket of turnips. They are large for the season' Do not forget our premium offer. 'Come and subscribe. Two papers for the price of one. Toll the good newo to your noigliboYs. The little infant son of Mr. M. B. Richardson died on the 8th inst., from the effects of measles, at the ago of 'eightee...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

4QCAL 1TEd s. Cotton 8 oentt. The County Commissioners' office was orowded again last mneetiug. Mr. S. J. Johnson has the contract for recovering the Masonic Temple. Alter one week's visit in Pickens, Miss 8. E. Lewis has returned to Seneca. Mr. J. C. Griffin still expects that his acre of cotton will produce 3,000 pounds in the seed. if the County owes you any thing, do not forgot to file your claim before the let of November. Dr. John lramlett, of Greenville, was on a visit to his brother, Dr. V. J. i3ramlett, last week. A pretty girl cook threw a pan 'ako at Mrs. Cleo land as the procession was passing through the streets in St. Louis. Mr. Rtichard Pyars, who sells such ice heef, has our thanks for a nice bas ket of turnips. They are large for the aaon.. Do not forget our premium offer. Come and subscribe. Two papers for the price of one. Tell the good nowu to your noighbors. The little; infant, son of Mr. M. B. Richardson (lied on the 8th inst., from the effects of measles, at t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 October 1887

Ntarly Therc. But on etep more adown life's rugged road, One lingering step, and then I will be free, And far behind will leavo this heavy load Of aching heart anl stinging mockery. But one link more hus now to bend and brcak, And thcn the elhain of life will be undue; But one night more, and then 1 will awake t Upsthero whore life has only Jcst begun. THE RUSSIAN 1)OCTOR Dntertaining and Romantic Story from Roal Life. [ADAPTED FROM TIE QERMAN Of Mua 1L8B POEKE.] BY MRS. FIRANCES A. SIIAW. j anvllauon copyrighted, 1S,7, by A. N. Kellogg ;Kewapaper Conixny. ('HA'TER VI. 'I' was a reliet to '. ~Arnim not to tind ~ ~ ihis gueist in thte breakfast room, to feel sure that they Would not meet foi the whole day. 'llillnar hae gono out into the country with his portfolio,'' lie said, taking his placo at the table. ''IIe Will p rolally return to-mor row or thle daxy after.'' "'I amt glad h1 is away,'' said Mari anne. "I will have his chamber thoroughly cleanei." SJ)esireo tuirned pale. 'Ie m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 October 1887

VOL. XVII. PICKENS, T, U 'ILRSDA Y, OCTOBE 20:18 AMPT'ON AT BENTONVLLE. WaHconstany el N 4:d in holding 1 Iedrals in cheek ' .1 1, (i.NA' CAiOLI,INI.N SAVE1) .JOIINSION 1RitM 1IMTICU'rON. Tii Ir1iliaut Coup by Whieh ll<.ur wn IIafflet--Ilanin,pton aind Iluller a:dti 's h&u Staff,s the ltst to Cros tho l5iity e---iuJ r Barkor's Ilerolut. To the Editor of the Nows and Contier: The artiole written by Gentrtal lLtiptou on 3ontonvillo Il anotier iilustrat iun of that modesty whidh ban eo muich on dearod him to his people. ThoeU! neail has not given all the faot s in regu-d to that critical mnonio t, when the ::rmy of General J. E. ,Johnetoi wa il dl.i by the nd4'trco of (ineral tower', division ,n the extremo left of :o Con fccato position. Ho hs nI :.t e I fully the part he bore in the repulso of that most berious nttaek. It is (tOu to him and to the truth of hlist try that those wilo were present should r- crd their testimony as to the fact Iofore they become silent forever. "Il...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 October 1887

- ,' THE SENTL\EL. J. E. BO(Ai, 'di(or. '. E. BOG(IS & Co., Proprietors. PICiENS C. H. S. C. - RtTi;UTR AY, O"ToiE]t 20, 18S7. ForCt,tiv'l"iOtt. -*1..0pe'ranuntnn. f' rT , t l'"),tt(: l! )1 1 . Zi 1 'o~ 1tt)I 11 7 irl. I, - rl'tve' - isotnrnts in.t'ttl <- tt on1 (lolmtt it "e rt' "t otl ift v , ' - i f r .i ,i.ttit .tt ('ttt ;')srt'i; on t. 1ib '') 1 l.('tt t m - lt" to yymOrlumnts, a'tl'I h ttlvertiSlr, for six l~~n e h 11 r0' )l t,t tilo \., .,y - 'ii. r hit"s tof l .t t.att ('(m mu) enti';t:t;,t' Of l 't r': ntl.''''--,.-t,r. wIhe ' -ttlntis'ale( '.ill ha-th:t r ed fo r : a tl rl is(m'tt'S. Tliero a;rust. Ie a had' mluIkv air around andl ov"er Savtuiiiali. Things ha>ve gone (r(Ioked tt fie poSt ( ficC, k ~~nd( thle asaistatlt. l:sf noister, Clif ford W. Aiderston, tiii'l thle ))St iias ter, 0. W. Lam:tr, have had a fight. The city's finances 1 arsaid t to hte Sh iO'f, nnd out of shlie, anl tie authori thes h;ave bee a'c: ;c d of s\windllii ritizecis, byV ('lln;ing fWe o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 October 1887

L o C A4 rriT M s. 'ttai 81 oents. - There are some meu of so little worth that they have no enemios. * Reveral of our eitizPna will visit 'Charleston during the gain week. Mr. T1. C. f1rain, of this connty, is an ssiataut in the Seneda post office. Mr. .Jackson flnhrm, of Fttawn. Aln., Is on a visit to relatives in this County. Som'e one hashorrowel our "Uilton." We will be obliged for the return in good shape. A gay party visited Table Tiek ilst Saturday. Coninunication on the sub jeot crowded out. About 00 bush'els of cshleRtnuts, and 800 o'posnums wore carried through own on the 12th inst. The law ofl&o of J. E. Tngas is in the ront retm over Mr. MoFall's store, op 'pi ste tie post oice. Prof. W. V. Vickery \vill sing in the rfethodiM Church on Friday before tho th Sunday in this month. Two children were buried at Peter's t reek on the 12th and one on tue 13th Inst. They died of dyptherin. Mr. James Galloway, of Eanstatne 'township, (ied ont the 12th inst. He was about forty...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 October 1887

- GLENER A L NKW %01E19. Ileous of tnterl'.t lithwred from Varloue i fQuarteria. The chcapct thing in lits this snsou is the head of a dude. ",,.~~~~~ T .t. .,Ihe Atlant a E xiosition o peund yeht(ly 1I ttder utlSplics altogetelrl encour'tgtng. You (cant io a taan no good utiks3 you uare making him better. Charity mu y cover I tuultitule of s1in, It, that is iot its regular business. Judge Manning, Miinister to Mexio, died in New Yi'rk yesterday. Of aIll the evil sIi rims a bro:l it this hlmr in the w\"rll, }u-imceiity is the 1m1.yt Ian gerous. To ab ili el a':tl)th is not the way to thi l ish Isl'trty, thoughha men suumetlii aes talk tis if it were. Shake the moths out of your winter itul uels, an(I dt'n wits is lcft of them. }'nc n tnoo't" is in1 town. t Many 11Tn a I Itiiui''ids iv it il it be'ing c .ul . 1esfuI. 1 nm w o r:t i sit nn'ed i bs eint: i failmre IS tint tXlnii!tle of this. A w\'(t1)AT t mti(tlim R( nt keep her trttn per wI.hE n i he ii; tmn_vint.. A unUi it,n't eX pe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 October 1887

ViN VOL, XVII. PICKENS, S. U., TIIIuRsDA1Y OCT'IOB 'R 27, 18-N,5 EVOLUTiION 1)I' 'fIlE (OI.I..tit. A Great Indrtry ih at (.rew Out of a I'roRenIer'H Ilea-ifow Colltt ar Mlatte by the Million. Half a century since dandies were got ten up to kill at a Ilmndr(el yards with their necks swathed in, first, a stilf' and high standing collar that reached its points qluito to the ears, and over ti hat a glossy satin or bomlbazinie band still ned with haireloth and fastened around the wearer's neck by strings tied behind. This latter item of gorgeousness was sometimes replaced by a ''nckeloth," usually in getlemntltIl of apoplectic ten dency, which was nothing more thtu a generous silk liidkei'cltef cart fully folded, wrapped oroutnt the collar and terminating in a grac- iul knot. The collars win Ihere wero all the productions of the laumestic shirtmuker, and woro usiually pait anid parccl of tLhe shirt. Culf-i weiu Untknown, exctj; as applied to outer garments, and that in dispensable appeml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 October 1887

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 October 1887

Window glaus at Sloan 13ro. Trade was pretty lively last wek, Strictly pure lead ii eIearpit. Sloan1 Bros.] Mr. J. K. Jarrott h1as hecn very ill for several days. Pretty much every thing in th1e paint line at 51o1(n Bros. The Edgefield Advertiser quoted cet ton last week at J c(nta. Read the advertisement. of J. II. Brown '* Co. 'otton seed want(1. Ex-President ])avis hast been inivited to the State Fuji at ('oluma.hil. Matthew (1 illei has 1ben rO-1ppoiint ed Trial Just ice of tatnliiutowl'. William I >ptkins gave hon( mit d was eletiF1ed fr< i juil 0n the 1,)thl inut. For an elegant and coift nf'tnl,1 n'Jut e call for "push" at J. B. Newlhery'>. Mr. Janme'4 P. Cnrey l:ut hi^ fine pair of horses out training thelu laut i3turlay. The ('hureh of the Un iver altsts (f thiu country ow"n n1)rO'erty to I 0c I1ou11t. of $7,229,569. Maj. D. 1. il'ry?i'v lo::s 1ben leCt'd an elder in the Ii t IP(re51byt('ria;n ('lla) eh in Columbia. Judge D(mthit'r w:ill l'aves till of id Pr(lety +...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 October 1887

TEXAtd TRAIN ItO11nE11tU. NIrw.1 xpresa Messevger J. Ernesi Snith Killed Two larIog Ticrte's. EL PAso, Oct. 16.-T-'he meagre reports sent from .here on Friday regarding the attempted traia robbery gave but a fraction of the tale. It wasi a great. victory that one robber should he hilled, but what was the aatonishmevt of thRe public here when the dead body of another rubber was brought in yesterday. The Galveston, hart Isburg antl San Antonio exl-es, which should have started East on Friday at 4.30 P. M., was delaycd unt ii 8 30 while waiting for the Southern Pncilie tinin fi um the West. Engineer Lohtel says tlit when his train had gone about a nule two in \n wearing cloth inasks came over the tender n ith a revolver in each huaul. The en,il:eer tried to stop the tiin, but the ine-n ordered hiin to run on to a curve and stop tiuick. When he reached tltl; 'LFV lh0 suppused they incant, live miles roum the city, they or dered him and his ilemuan to get oil the engine and took then bac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 November 1887

I I , VOL, XVII. PICKENS, S. C., THIURSI)AY, NOVE+MBER3 87 O6 .lEFF I)AVIS AT MACON. iE MAKES A TRIUMI'IAL MA1{CII TO TIlE UEORI A 1 Ala. A (ontinued Ovation Along l(IH Eutir. Journey--llow Iie Vans Iteceived by the Staunch 1'oplo of the Emitro State--A Splencdid Iecoption Throughout. MACON, October 24.-Ex-President 1)avis, accompanied by Mrs. Davis, Miss Winnie Davis and Mrs. Hays, of Memphis, reached hero this evening at 5 o'clock under the escort of the special committeo that loft hero Sunday, 1"rom the timo the car left Biloxi until it reached Macon the pathway was onc streak of flowers. All along the line crowds of men, women and children flocked to the traiL to catch a glimpse of Mr. Davis, but he was too feeble to re spond. Only at Americus did ho ap pear on the platform and that was for a few minutes. A committeo from there met the train at Smithville and prevailed on him to do this. The party was joined at Montgomery by the mayor and a large delegation of citizens when the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 November 1887

' [HI SENT iNE L ,. f/ -". E..BUWus,'& Co., rrOprietors. PICK NS C. H. S. C.. 'THUflSDAY, NOVEMBER '8, 1887. tF orStubseriptiotn2 $1.;J!rorcrannum. strietly in advance; tor Niinout hs, 7:;e. Alert.Ismrie1ts insertled At onre dlollar per square of on ir'h or less for t he first insd1 ion'aici fifi c ent S for each Sub1Iq S C~-nt insrt ti(,n. r,hle'rail iicouilt nuulc to nerChntaUts an<d t1ers aidvertismg fOr six m+nlont hs or by' th e ir. cObituary Notices exceedlin; five lines, 'I'u ihuteS of Ilesiect, (%onuuniin(tios of a perso)n.alclatraclter, when aulimissalble w\"il l he("lugrgedl for as advertiSenets. It is said that the Alpha Oil Con pany has: goun' to the wall. 'This is -a mistake. ft was swallowed by one, 'Stendard, which is still standing. EX-GOVerno1r, D)aniel HI.'Clhan..h r lain boldly xpresses his preference for'democratic neth. 's and admuinis trdtions, and though a republican will support the nominees of the )eno 'cratic Party. lie has been rceiasel f i good man...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 November 1887

TYA L IT E1W19~I . aotten 85 oents. dL s for sae next Monday. Window glass at Sloan Br os. Paint& and Oils at bot nspceo at yloan Bros. Hon. B. J. Johnspn has abotit recov ered from his recent iIhtiss. The monut?ine were 'oovoretl iith snow last Monday morning. Mr. D. P. Ve 4r has been appointed Master for Greenville county. . C9urt cogvenod in Walhalla last Taes dA,Jite Pressley presiding. McAlister & Bentz's store is head quar ters for dry goods in Oreenville. Myts Annie Fant,'of,AndlQrsm county, is visiting Miss Lizzio Thornley. Mr. A. Becket Riley ieft'la t Monday to enter the South Carolina College. Mr. T. H. Boggs has no to ir mingham and is in the saw mill business. Col. D. K. Norris, of Anderson, offers fine "Rod Spring Seed Wheat," for sale. Come to town next Monday and buy some of the vainallo lands nvertised for "l3aio. Treasurer Hill will lre in Pickens until the 1Mith 'of D'ecember to receive taxes. ThoTat' Q'ne of iMtr. Lmn Medlin's children died last week of D...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 3 November 1887

F6I1UTING ON IOltF1BACK. A Desperato Encounter in Which Two Outlaw are Fatally Hurl. LuicoiLN, Neb., Octol-er 25.-)uriu the summer a gang of liorsu-tlieves havc infested Iloward anti adjoinig coluntihs am succeeded in running ofl' several valuabh horses. Their mnethods of stealing were s( ably executed that the succeeded in eluding the officers for several months. They lm cstablished stations, and woutl run theil horses from station to station during ti night until they were safely out. of reach it the Indian Territory and Texas. Finaliy the ollicers' suspicions were fastenied upoi Nooh 4troiil, i cowloy, woill) hii 1:10, himself notorious on lie ft ot icr by hi reckless and daitiig de1(ds(1, 1111 1 .Ilul 'liyl(> r'" and Charles bnmith, who d a great dcal ( traveling about. the ('ollntry without and visible or'cupation. Last unday the b:inditti learned thim h< ofiletrs wtere on thir tr:ail ani thv kip< out ine a iotllh-wstCily dircction thlroiui h(le sandhills andb eany(ns ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 November 1887

11 VOL XVII' PICKENS, S C., TIIUISDAY, NOVEMBER 17,8 - - ..* CAROLINA'S GALA WEEK. Tt1E OItANI) GATHElt1NG OF TIUE PEOPLE YOL PLEASUtI ANI) 1'ROFIT. The Fair of the State A grIcultural and Mechantool tociot.y--A Sialontitd lhowlng of Exhibits andi Patrons--The Best Fair Since the Surrender. The Annual Fair of the State Agricul tural and Mechanical Society corn:e cnc ed in Columbia on Tuesday the 8th inst., con tinuing four days. From the )aily Record of that city is taken the following account of what was lone and what was there to he seen: First Day. Many persons were disappointed this morning when the rain-drops began to pat ter lown, and it was very generally thought that the shower would continue durin the (lay. But not so. The ralin held U;) and the weather was just the pr"oper tectpera ture. The Fair was vcll attended today, ald everything on the grounds wears a gay 11a( lively appcarance. The beauty and itlelli gence of the State are pretty well r-pr sentedl. though the crowd...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 November 1887

''IHE ENTE -. E. - -. , Editor. . E. BOGGU;& Co., Proprictors. PICENS C. IH. S. C. s<UBSDAY, N VEMrma 17, 1887. 1F orgubscriptton $11.5 piIr rannmam strictly in n(vane; fror s\ 'aon t is. 7t. Advortisements insert .1 iat on( <l1all perSquare ofone inch or lcss for the Iirst insertion and fifty cents for etcI sub seq t ent insertion. L.iberal i iscount le1 to mgrchaints and others advertising for e months or hvy the year. (I$tarry Notices exceediir live lines, 'Jributes of ltespe(t, ('omm unnnirntions of a personal charaet er, wten "rimissable vill he charged for as aalvel:cut is. THIS PAPER r.1 Ta"rnn t , AdvertisingDlureau(lORpruce St. whernn raa<na n oouacws Ui.y be .zad, tur It * 4W IO$K. Tohe Administration had another - t inphatie cr(lotm1 mcnt:lt W( ( by the decided triumph of the )e. mocracy, both in New York and Vir ginia. Whiskey is again on trial in Allan 'a. The election will come (f in a few days. Evan P. Howell, of the Constitution, is opposed to 1'rohlbi t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 November 1887

rOCAL "IP iMs. C0 a 9 ent3. Pure Drugs at Sloan Bros. Window glass at Sloan Bros. Thib is the time for the meteors. Notice to tresparsdra in this istu. SL bty pure load is cheapest. S)not Bros. Points and Oils at bottom prlis it Sloan Bros. Pretty much every thing in the pain Line at Sloan Bros. Aiken County sends no delegates to the Tillman Convention. When you come to pay your taxes (1o not forgot the SENTINEL. 'A child of Abe Jenkins colored, of thin placo,~died on the 8th inst. Let all who have sorghrum to sell bring us up a small advertisement. Miss Lizzio Hamilton is vi9iting her sister, Mrs. Martin, near Pendleton. Horses and Mules for Sale or Ex hange. L. G. CLAYToN, Central, S. C. The procoedings of the Musical ASRO ointiou at Shady Grove will appear next week. The Sheriff, II. A. Riehey, can boast of the best barley and turnip patches in town. Prayor"meeting te-night., (Wednesday) at Mr. P. McD. Aluxandor's. All are invited. Subscribe for the SENTINEr. now and see what the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 17 November 1887

'THE GARI)EN OF E)EN. ITS PitOIAII.E .OCATION NEAlt THE UITY OF CUAULESTON. BJshop Keenor ilivoes Some Ieatonn for Such a Supposittou-TIhe Voyage of Noah In the Ark. The Rev. J. C. Keener D.D., in re viewing an article in the Review, writes to the Southern Christian Advocato as follows: I am, however, a little surprised at the quiet-way in which you, Mr. Editor, tiko the spe:muldtons of Dr. Warren, of 'the Boston Uutversity, which )r. liar risont has noticed somewhat approvingly in his "Book lReviews." I should cer tainly not allow thiu industrious anil scholarly Bostoniivn to take the very ground from under me without a pro test. If "tho Cradle of the Human Raco" is to be found at the North I'olo, of course no one can think or look to ward it without seeing Boston and its University. Whatever may be the merits of the 1)ootor's theory, he has at leust lo .ened up Eden. it is now fairly at sea. J have boon content all my life to consider the question as sett l. d, and have be content...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 November 1887

9 ,ts. VOL, XVII. PIUCKENS, S. t . TIi IJTRSI)A\Y NOVEMBER 2,18.N.9 WHAT TIlE uENI;tAL AS1SEMllLYa MUST SOON CONSIIEt. Me)I-auro IAl.ely to ('om)o L' , in th)e 'rIene-nt Session-Work Enouoglh to (ive thueL .gin lat(ure Plenty Io Do for Souo Little Tim-n. CoLnumA, November 1t.-The sea'ion of the State Legislaturo commences oi Tuesday next. The meetings of this body have, for some years past, attracted much attention from the peoplo of the State. It is saf' to say that at no time has there been more done in the way of mapping out work for the General Ae sembly than has been done by writers, speakers and new spapera during the pua:t six months. Of courFo it is not expcoted that the Legilaturo shall consider all the suggestions offered, to the extent of formulating each in a bill to be acted on in the committee room. But there aio some matters on which, by general con sent, the body will be expected to pass. And these matters, with tho miscellane ous business incident to every seriw, wi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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